FRENCH

 Update July 2008
Last drawings

For how long must we see Tibet endure Chinese law?

* Special *

TINTOUIN au TIBET

Translation :
Mark Siegel



This logo will remain here the duration of the Irack occupation by USA

Tibet is the roof of our world.
As a consequence of China's invasion and its particularly savage colonization policy (1 200 000 tibetans dead under Chinese oppression since 1959), a nation and a culture are disappearing.

Of course, the battle has many fronts, there are as of yet many other places on the planet where human rights are diregarded, where freedoms don't exist, where torture is practiced...
But what strikes me as an especially apalling injustice in the case of Tibet, is we're dealing here with a people who represent on earth one of the only cultures based on real values of tolerance, non violence, and living spirituality.

It is exactly such an absence of values which our world suffers
from at the present time.

Alas, this perfectly illustrates the nature of a society basically governed by economic greed.



Human rights are outweighed by the requirements of politics.
Although western governments verbally decry China's politics in Tibet, their actions are essentially limited to closing and signing juicy financial contracts, with this partner, who is nonetheless hardly commendable.


1939...1945
1949 ... ?


Here are a few elements to bear in mind concerning the situation in Tibet:


  • Today, there are more Chinese living in Tibet, than Tibetans.
  • Demographic control is enforced upon Tibetan women, with mandatory abortions and sterilizations.
  • The Tibetan language is driven to disappear, since Chinese is the only authorized tongue in schools.
  • Thousands of monasteries have been devastated.
  • It is forbidden to own a portrait of the Dalai-Lama.
  • Monks are forced to intensive sessions of reeducation.
  • Torture is commonplace in prisons.
  • 85% of the forests have been exploited and have now vanished.
  • Massive dumps of nuclear waste lead to increasing pollution.


    Today comics artists pledge their support to the people of Tibet.



  • One of the first aims to reach is
    an open dialog between Chinese authorities and the Dalai-Lama.

    Marc Bati


    A visit to the Virtual Exhibit
    A DRAWING FOR TIBET

    Room 1

    MOEBIUS
    LEPAGE
    TRONDHEIM
    BELLAMY
    SIEGEL
    BATI

    Room 2

    CAZA
    WATEL
    P'TIT LUC
    BRIAND
    VINK

    Room 3


    MACEDO

    Room 4


    MAGNIN

    Room 5

    RIBERA
    CARERRE
    LALEX
    CRUZ
    SATTOUF
    CADELO

    Room 6

    BUTLER
    FALGAS
    BEUCHER
    CYROUL
    GROS et KOGA

    Room 7

    JAMIE
    BREYTON
    SCHMUTZ
    CIRO
    WEB MATIN

    Room 8

    WEB MATIN
    (anim
    ShockWaveFlash)

    Room 9

    BUN HEANG UNG
    MC FERSON
    VIEIRA
    GESS
    BARROS

    Room 10


    FERRA

    Room 11


    Les MAC

    Room 12

    DEZIMPOLOKO
    DE LA FUENTE
    MUSS
    RAF

    Room 13


    FOCROULLE

    Room 14

    BUCHET
    BEERENS
    BEERENS
    LOCHU

    Room 15


    COSEY

    Room 16

    CAPO
    BEBB

    Room 17

    BUN HEANG UNG
    KOGUS
    OLIVIERO
    TENZIN DHONYOE

    Room 18

    BUN HEANG UNG
    (Animation)

    Room 19 et 20

    College
    JEAN ROSTAND
    (Dessins et BD
    réalisés en
    classe de 4ème)

    Room 21

    DELISEE
    BELGRAND
    HERNANDEZ
    BUSTAMENTE
    DE LIEDEKERKE

    Room 22

    CSPT & BATI
    CHAPATTE
    SFT
    CSPT
    DOLIGHAN

    Room 23

    RICART
    BRZOSTOSKY
    BOURDIN
    JAQUET

    Room 24

    ( Spécial J.O. )
    BARRETO-DIAZ
    MAC FERSON

    Room 25

    BLACKJAG
    GIBIE
    POLIGNE
    TANG
    LE TUMELIN

    Room 26

    ASAMI
    ETIENNE
    WANJI
    MALIK
    BEZOMBES

    Room 27

    ZED ORAS
    AURORE
    BECHBUHL
    BELOM

    Room 28

    GAGNON
    DINNE
    ALBERT
    LINDAUER
    BIZIEN

    Room 29

    CISCO
    BELOM
    BATTI
    ESENKA

    Room 30

    BATI
    JURQUET
    PICARD
    SAMPIERO

    Room 31


    GOMEZ-MONTERO

    Room 32

    PLANCHES BD
    DJOU

     

    Room 33

    SPECIAL
    TINTOUIN AU
    TIBET

    Room 34

    FRANCOU
    2ÏK
    GROSS
    ADI
    WILL

    Room 35

    GRONNIER
    MASANA
    BLANC
    SIMON
    TRISTAN

    Room 36

    Room
    CYBER-ETHNICK

    Room 37

    SPECIAL
    OU LA NEIGE NE
    FOND JAMAIS

    Room 38

    BOUCHER
    GUILPAT
    PIERRE GUY
    BOUTTIER

    Room 39

    VALLOGNES
    FERRAND
    DORJE
    BELMONT
    MYREIL

    Room 40

    SPECIAL
    UNE ECOLE
    SUR LE
    TOIT DU MONDE

    Room 41

    SOLIDARITE
    TIBET
    BIRTHDAY

    Room 42

    SOLIDARITE
    TIBET
    BIRTHDAY

    (2)

    Room 43

    BRZEZINSKI
    GUIHARD
    FLORIE
    DAHIREL

    Room 44


    TOUSSAINT

    Room 45

    SPECIAL
    OU LA NEIGE NE
    FOND JAMAIS
    tome II

    Room 46

    BOUVET
    DESORMIERE
    ALBERTIN
    BUN HEANG UNG

    Room 47

    MARCHAND
    VIEVARD
    LECLERE

    Room 48

    AZRA
    ADJABROUX
    SCHUBERT
    LANGMEAD

    Room 49

    BLUSTEIN
    DA SILVA
    GRONNIER
    LEMDEM

    Room 50

    BALLOUHEY
    JO
    LEFEBVRE
    CARLOT
    HEINSON

    Room 51

    BUN
    JOLVIL
    ZUL
    SECO
    JUBELIN

    Room 52

    NASLOT
    BOUCHER
    CHARON
    STOEFFLER
    BERUBE
    LOULOU

    Room 53


    I.SA


    Room 54

    KOWALSKI
    PERSILYA
    WOOLEY
    BRETON
    INGRAND

    Room 55


    BALLAMAN
    AME DE REBELLE
    ARNOULD

    Room 56

    ROMAOU
    OLIV'
    GIVANNEL
    PERDUCAT


    Room 57

    DEDIEU
    MICHELET
    BONIN
    LE DUC
    SAPIN
    JOLVIL

    Room 58

    GARIERI
    YAGO
    BIBI
    CARTIER
    DURBAS

    Room 59

    DAUCHOT
    MATTHIEU
    CHARON
    GUERIN

    Room 60

    DE MARCO
    IGOLEM
    YAK
    AUTARD
    DUPUY

    Room 61

    PETRE
    KALINA
    VASY08
    THOMAS
    BERTRAND


    Room 62

    KEIP
    JODH
    ERIK
    LUCE
    VUILLAMY
    GRONNIER

    Room 63

    SAMSON
    BIZALION
    BERTHELON
    MIKL

    Room 64

    QUENTIN
    FLOW
    WOLLEY
    PERRIN-HOUDON
    DOM

    Room 65

    GIHARD
    MICHELET
    NAGY
    PARRA
    PERDUCAT


    Room 66

    AELORE
    QUIRION



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    professionals and amateurs are invited to contribute to it.
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